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Vincent Van Gogh painted 900 paintings during his lifetime, many of which were groundbreaking. He was an introvert who knew how to utilize the strengths of the introvert - original thinking, depth, focus and attention, ability to listen to the messages from his soul, etc. - in the expression of his craft.

But Van Gogh died depressed and penniless, having sold only one of his 900 paintings. He didn’t even get cash for that one lone painting. He merely gave the painting to the bar owner as payment for his tab.

Had Van Gogh been more assertive and gregarious, there is no doubt that he would have sold much more and gained respect while still alive. Yes, Van Gogh was a great and historic figure in his field but he never got to experience any of that success while he was still living, unlike, Picasso and Warhol decades later, two introverts that had the behavioral flexibility to become gregarious, assertive and outgoing on cue. These two lived rich because they knew “how to party” in addition to merely knowing how to introspect.

If you are an introvert, by all means be happy for your strengths and leverage them to the max. But also realize that the best tasting lemonade sold in the middle of a dessert will never get the chance to be appreciated by anyone nor will it make its creator any money.

In this short (takes less than 10 minutes to read) but potentially life changing e-pamphlet you will discover the 3 key beliefs that will automatically build inside of you the attitude that will make becoming an extrovert natural for you while at the same time allowing you to maintain – and even strengthen! – your introvert strengths.


ABOUT THE AUTHOR

Jacob Tudor Baruch is the author of over 20 works now on the Kindle. His works include “STEVE JOBS DEATH MOTIVATION SECRETS” among many others.

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